Kairos Prison Ministry

Photos above are from FPC member Jim Huitt’s delivery of our loose offering donation to State Farm Correctional Center (formerly called Deep Meadow Correctional Center). Thanks to Jim and all who gave!

Presented the check for $481.00 to the Greensville team yesterday. The men in the picture will be going in for the April 25-28 weekend. The money will be used for supplies for the weekend. Thanks to FPC. The support is appreciated and the team was very happy to hear of our churches focus on the Kairos Ministry. - Ray Ryan

Presented the check for $481.00 to the Greensville team yesterday. The men in the picture will be going in for the April 25-28 weekend. The money will be used for supplies for the weekend. Thanks to FPC. The support is appreciated and the team was very happy to hear of our churches focus on the Kairos Ministry. - Ray Ryan

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"I was in prison and you visited me." —Matthew 25:36

What if you had not had friends or family visit for years?  What if you had never heard that God love and forgives you?  What if you believed that you were totally alone?

Life would be pretty dismal, wouldn't it?  That is the experience of many prisoners in our state prisons. Kairos Prison Ministry makes a profound difference in prisoners' lives. Kairos is an international, inter-denominational Christian ministry that serves prisoners by showing them the love and forgiveness of Christ.  Prison administrators endorse the program because of the reduction in discipline problems and the lowering of recidivism rates for Kairos attendees.

Thank you for supporting this important ministry.

Members of our FPC family recently gathered to learn more about KAIROS Prison Ministry and to serve together through making encouraging placemats, posters, and prayer chains. We thank our members who continue to build Christian communities in Virginia prisons by participating with KAIROS program weekends.